Microsoft and NFWF began working together in April 2020 to address critical conservation challenges and take action to protect natural habitats and sustain wildlife populations across the United States.
Microsoft and NFWF are working together to address critical conservation challenges and take action to protect natural habitats and sustain wildlife populations vital to maintaining biodiversity. Launched in April 2020, this partnership will conserve critical habitats and migration corridors for a wide variety of birds, fish, plants and wildlife in landscapes across the United States.
This conservation partnership supports NFWF’s efforts to implement innovative, science-based programs and advance conservation efforts that have the greatest benefit for wildlife and people.
Improving Habitat Quality in Western Big Game Wi...
The Improving Habitat Quality in Western Big Game and Migration Corridors Program aims to conserve critical winter range and migration corridors to maintain healthy populations of pronghorn, elk and mule deer, and the phenomenon of big game migration. The program is working with conservation partners across Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.Learn More